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Mr and Mrs Nobody

6 to 31 Jul 2021

Jermyn Street Theatre

From seaside holidays to disastrous dinner parties, Mr and Mrs Nobody is a blissfully funny portrait of a marriage.
Mr and Mrs Nobody at Jermyn Street Theatre

Image courtesy Jermyn Street Theatre

Show details


"April 26th. Got some more red enamel paint, and painted the coal-scuttle."

Charles Pooter is a model Victorian husband, and he knows it.

He doesn't (usually) drink too much, he possesses a keen eye for interior decoration, and he tries his hardest to keep his son Lupin out of trouble.

But what does his wife Carrie really think of him?

From seaside holidays to disastrous dinner parties, Mr and Mrs Nobody is a blissfully funny portrait of a marriage.

Background information, advisory warnings

Age suitability: Not available

The Diary of a Nobody by George and Weedon Grossmith is a much-loved comic novel.

Keith Waterhouse is known for plays and films including Billy Liar and Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell.

Gabriella Bird is a Creative Associate at Jermyn Street Theatre.

Festival: This show is part of Footprints Festival.

Check our full list of upcoming London and UK theatre festivals here.

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Postal address:
16b Jermyn Street
London SW1Y 6ST

Box office tel: 020 7287 2875

Box office email: -

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Previews from:Tuesday 6 July 2021

Press night:Wednesday 7 July 2021

Closes:Saturday 31 July 2021

Performance days & times


Tuesday 6 July 7.30pm

Wednesday 7 July 7.30pm

Friday 9 July 7.30pm

Saturday 17 July 8.00pm

Wednesday 21 July 7.30pm

Saturday 24 July 8.00pm

Saturday 31 July 8.00pm


Tuesday 6 July 7.30pm

Thursday 8 July 2.30pm

Tuesday 13 July 2.30pm

Thursday 15 July 2.30pm

Saturday 17 July 5.30pm

Tuesday 20 July 2.30pm

Thursday 22 July 2.30pm

Tuesday 27 July 2.30pm

Thursday 29 July 3.00pm

Running time: 2 hrs 00 mins




£21.75 to £33 (In theatre)

£15 to £25 (at home)

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Author: Keith Waterhouse, based on the novel by George and Weedon Grossmith
Director: Gabriella Bird


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